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Nda-Isaiah: I Was a Subject of Interest to Everybody at Ife Because…

Sam Nda-Isaiah fits the image of an entrepreneur that needs no introduction. In less than a decade, he has diversified his business interest, from owning the Leadership Newspaper Group, to restaurants, publishing, IT companies real estate and many more. His recent decision to run in the 2015 presidential election has elicited surprises, criticism and support.

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Why I sued Media Trust

- Tukur Mamu Publisher of DESERT HERALD, Malam Tukur Mamu, has been fighting a ‘war’ since June last year; a ‘war’ with the powerful establishment that would have since incapacitated and crippled his media organization due to the intriguing nature and the amount of money allegedly dedicated to implicate him and DESERT HERALD by all

I can’t waste my time on El-Rufai, he’s too small –Oritsejafor

President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor in this interview with Ozioma Ubabukoh, bares his mind on controversies surrounding churches, the Boko Haram insurgency and sundry issues: Apart from being a general overseer in your church, you head Nigeria’s highest religious organisation, the Christian Association of Nigeria. How do you feel when people

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‘Bama is trapped in Boko Haram Hell’

- Hon Terab Hon. Abudlrahman Terab is the member representing Bama/Ngala/Kala-Balge Federal Constituency of Borno State in the House of Representatives. His constituency is in the theater of operations of the conflict between the Boko Haram sect and the Nigerian military. In this interview with Levinus Nwabughiogu, he narrates the horrible story of insurgents’ attacks on

If Am To Be In The National Conference, I will Propose for A Regional Government

 -Dan Suleiman In This Interview with Our Abuja Bureau Chief, Air Commodore Dan Suleiman said he supports the call for a regional government; he speaks on other issues concerning the National Conference. Excerpts: The National Conference has begun following its inauguration by the President, and the conference has kicked off under the chairmanship of retired

‘Jonathan’s Government Most Corrupt In Country’s History’

By: Leadership Editors Blunt, outspoken and patriotic, Baba Saleh Zaria, a native of Kaduna State, airs his views on the letter written by former president Olusegun Obasanjo to President Goodluck Jonathan. The septuagenarian, who will turn 71 on January 1, 2014, heads an NGO, National Rights Protection Organisation, with vast networks across the Northern region

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